I haven't driven for a while, thus haven't heard Buses and Trains, but it's in my head. Probably due to affairs of my heart. It's the music I've been missing.
I met the gorgeous Tania Doko, lead singer, a few times. Once, at the Darren Hayes concert at Hamer Hall in 2007.
Then the next day at the airport in Melbourne and Brisbane.
I saw her play at the Victoria Markets with her band She Said Yes.
Two bits of Buses and Trains resonate:
They're like chocolate cake, like cigarettesI know they're bad for me but I just can't leave them alone.
See, I'm still hung up on the wrong guy. I know he's bad for me. But because of this, the good things he does shine like like gold.A man can kill and still be the sweetest thing
And there's the right guy, actually waiting for me. True story.
I need to re-prioritise. And keep the doors to rooms filled with adventure and positivity open. It's the only way to happiness.